Pride Home

OUTSaskatoon opened Pride Home in January 2017 in order to provide a place for 2SLGBTQ youth to live open and free lives. Pride Home is a place where gender and sexually diverse youth are celebrated and supported and where they have the support and services that they need to thrive.

Why is Pride Home Needed?

Two Spirit, transgender, and queer youth are at a greater risk of homelessness compared to their cisgender, heterosexual peers. A recent street-based needs assessment in Toronto identified that 24% of youth respondents identified as 2SLGBTQ, and local surveys showed that 30% of youth in OUTSaskatoon's youth program had been homeless or without secure housing at some point in their lives.

About the Program

The Home

Pride Home is a six-bedroom home with shared communal spaces. Each bedroom has a private bathroom, mini-fridge, and workspace, and shared spaces include the kitchen, living room space, and an art and recreation space.

It is supported independent living. Youth will have a lease agreement and working relationship with a professional property management company.

Basic Expectations
  • Respect for self and others.
  • Desire to improve one’s life.
  • Participation in the operation and programming of the home.
  • No alcohol or drug use in the home.

Residents will sign a Program Agreement, which agrees to no pets, no drugs or alcohol, and limits on guests (currently NO guests due to the COVID-19 pandemic).


In order to live in Pride Home, you need to:

  • Be between the ages of 16-21
  • Identify as 2SLGBTQ+
  • Want to benefit from living in a supported, youth-centered environment
  • Want to live at Pride Home and choose to move in voluntarily

Rent is Approximately $500 + 1/6 of the utilities. A security deposit is also required.
Cost of food, personal supplies, and other misc. expenses.

Youth residing in Pride Home will cover their rent in the following ways:

  • The 16/17 year old program through the Ministry of Social Services (must be going to school to be eligible for the program)
  • Social Assistance Program (S.A.P.) (18+)
  • Saskatchewan Assistance Insurance for Disability (SAID program)
  • Through their own employment

Apply to Pride Home

We meet with people where they are at and partner with them as they move forward in various areas of their life.

With this in mind, we encourage people to complete this referral on their own or alongside support if required. We feel that hearing people's experience and required support first hand is helpful in understanding how to best approach the screening, intake, and engagement process.

Thank you for your support in making this possible.

If you or someone you know is looking for a safe place to live, please contact:

Our Pride Home Manager at, or;

Our Support Services Manager at